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pronoun (desc=second person, singular or plural, nominative or objective, possessive determiner, your, possessive pronoun, yours, singular reflexive, yourself, plural reflexive, yourselves)
  1. (i, subject pronoun) The person spoken to, or written to, as a subject.
You must do as I tell you.
  1. (i, object pronoun) The person spoken to or written to, as an object.
We"ll go with to the game.
You must do as I tell .
  1. (i, subject pronoun) The group of persons spoken, or written to, as a subject.
You are all supposed to do as I tell you.
  1. (i, object pronoun) The group of persons spoken, or written to, as an object.
You are all supposed to do as I tell .
  1. (i, subject pronoun) anyone, Anyone, one; an unspecified individual.
You have to be at least 36 inches high to go on this ride.
  1. (i, object pronoun) Anyone, one; an unspecified individual.
They don"t smile at when they serve in this store.
Etymology: From (term, Äow) < West (proto, Germanic, iwwiz) < (proto, Indo-European, ju).See usage notes. (term, ye, Ye) and (term, you) are cognate with German (term, ihr, lang=de) and (term, euch, lang=de), respectively. (term, ye, Ye) is also cognate with archaic Swedish (term, i, lang=sv). The presence of final -r in the German form is from an earlier -z, and is mirrored by the final -r"s in German (term, er, lang=de) and (term, wir, lang=de), whereas English (term, he) and (term, we) lack the -r; Dutch and Scandinavian follow English in this respect.


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